SBTech hires Jeremie Kanter as compliance chief

SBTech hires Jeremie Kanter as compliance chief

Monday, November 5, 2018 Posted by News Team
Playtech veteran to report directly to CEO Richard Carter

Sports betting solutions provider SBTech has appointed Jeremie Kanter as its new chief compliance officer. 

Kanter will be based on the Isle of Man and is to report directly to the supplier’s chief executive Richard Carter. He will be responsible for building on the company’s current compliance tools, procedures and processes to ensure the sustainability of its business model. He will also engage with international regulators to strengthen and expand SBTech’s regulated market presence.

An experienced gambling executive, Kanter has worked in both B2B and B2C roles, spending the majority of career in numerous roles for Playtech, including head of B2C and network sales compliance. 

He has also worked as director of product for CyberArts, responsible for the development of its back office solution, and as vice president of compliance for CashBet.

“Jeremie is a fantastic addition to the senior team and I’m delighted to be able to bring hm on board,” SBTech chief executive Carter said. “His experience in setting the highest standards possible, his meticulous approach to encouraging and implementing best practice and navigating some of the most complex issues in the industry will be vital as we continue to launch in newly regulated and regulating markets.”

Kanter said he was “thrilled” to join SBTech, having got to know its team during his years working in the industry.

“SBTech already sets the benchmark when it comes to compliance and I’m looking forward to the challenge of raising those standards to an even higher level across the business’s leading technology, tools and processes,” he said.

“Compliance is an enabler to sustainably and significantly growing the business and achieving even more success, and I’m very excited with the plans the company has for the future.”

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